Holiday Special Re-Run #3
Release Date: 12/27/2022
This is a KeyLIVE LIVE episode from Central Group on Educational Affair (CGEA) meeting in Rochester, Minnesota hosted by the Mayo Clinic of Medicine and Science. Authors: Chan TM, Stukus D, Leppink J, Duque L, Bigham BL, Mehta N, Thoma B Publication details: Social Media and the 21st-Century Scholar: How You Can Harness Social Media to Amplify Your Career J Am Coll Radiol. 2018 Jan;15(1 Pt B):142-148 View the abstract Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: Jonathan Sherbino: Linda Snell: Want to learn more about KeyLIME?...info_outline  Re-run of Ep 160 FEEDME leftovers
It's the perennial topic in Medical Education - 'Feedback' and what do we really know about the quality of feedback given in our clinical environments? This paper sets out to gather validity evidence. Authors: Bing-You R, Ramesh S, Hayes V, Varaklis K, Ward D & Blanco M Publication details: Trainees' Perceptions of Feedback: Validity Evidence for Two FEEDME (Feedback in Medical Education) Instruments, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 2017 Dec 14. View the abstract Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: Jonathan...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 133 he Observer Effect in Meded: The Learners’ View
When was the last time you, dear KeyLIME listener, was observed performing a clinical task by someone who had some kind of power over your career? Was it a colleague as part of a simulation? An administrative leader? Was it at a conference? Was it a mandatory peer review? Was it comfortable for you? Did you change what you would normally do in that situation? Jason's choice this week explores that kind of experience, namely: the lived experience of physicians who have had direct observation while performing clinical tasks. Authors: LaDonna K, Hatala R, Lingard L, Voyer S,...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 134 If access to Google is universal, should exams be open “book"?
In this episode: In this week's paper, selected by Jon, the co-hosts discuss whether a a closed-book exam - that requires a learner to have encoded and recall the required information - is a superior educational process to an open-book exam that requires a learner to appraise and apply an array of widely available information? Authors: Durning SJ, Dong T, Ratcliffe T, Schuwirth L, Artino AR Jr, Boulet JR, Eva K. Publication details: Comparing Open-Book and Closed-Book Examinations: A Systematic Review. Academic Medicine. 2016 Apr; 91(4):583-99. ...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 127 Clinical Teaching: Does Size Matter?
In this episode: Jason has chosen today’s article to discuss how the ratio of teachers to learners is an important design factor. Length: 28:14 min. Authors: Loewen PS, Gamble A, Legal M, Shah K, Tkachuk S, Zed PJ. Publication details: Learner-Preceptor Ratios for Practice-Based Learning Across Health Disciplines: A Systematic Review. Medical Education. 2016 Nov 23. [Epub ahead of print] View the abstract Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: Jonathan Sherbino: Linda Snell: Want to learn more...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 169 Gender bias in student evaluations of clinical teachers??
Linda Snell's article choice investigates whether there is a gender differences in teaching evaluations. The retrospective study was performed at a North American medical school, there were 14,107 teaching evaluations of 965 faculty members. Gender is also the subject for KeyLIME episode 174. 'Gender differences in attending physicians feedback to residents: A qualitative analysis'. Authors: Morgan HK, Purkiss JA, Porter AC, Lypson ML, Santen SA, Christner J, Grum CM, and Hammoud MM. Publication details: Student evaluation of faculty physicians: gender differences in...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 155 Looking at attending docs at work … or how to get the most from your data
Linda presents two papers in order to answer two questions... How Attending Physicians Negotiate Their Work Environment – “to generate an empiric, detailed, and updated view of the attending physician preceptor role and its interface with the complex work environment.” How evidence from observing attending physicians in the workplace links to a competency-based framework (CanMEDS competencies / Roles) Article 1) Authors: Bacchus M, Ward DR, de Grood J, Lemaire JB Publication details: How evidence from observing attending physicians links to a competency-based...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 152 Peer-to-peer coaching to maintain competence in surgeons
Today's paper is selected by Jon, he starts by confessing his own CPD is passive, and with no outcomes assessed he's unable to see if his interventions have changed his practice. Authors: Greenberg CC, Ghousseini HN, Pavuluri Quamme SR, Beasley HL, Frasier LL, Brys NA, Dombrowski JC, Wiegmann DA Publication details: Wisconsin Surgical Coaching Program. A Statewide Surgical Coaching Program Provides Opportunity for Continuous Professional Development. Ann Surg. 2017 Jun 22. [Epub ahead of print] Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: Jonathan...info_outline  Re-run of Episode 162 The scope of outcomes of student-led patient ed... Is all what it seems
This KeyLIME article is a scoping review, on how student-provided medical education influences clinical outcomes. Authors: Vijn TW, Fluit CRMG, Kremer JAM, Beune T, Faber MJ, Wollersheim H Publication details: Involving Medical Students in Providing Patient Education for Real Patients: A Scoping Review. J Gen Intern Med. 2017 Sep;32(9):1031-1043 9. View the abstract Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: Jonathan Sherbino: Linda Snell: Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click !info_outline  - Re-run of Ep 174 Feedback : a perpetual conundrum
This is a KeyLIVE LIVE episode from Central Group on Educational Affair (CGEA) meeting in Rochester, Minnesota hosted by the Mayo Clinic of Medicine and Science.. Authors: Mueller AS, Jenkins TM, Osborne M, Dayal A, O'Connor DM, Arora VM. Publication details: Gender Differences in Attending Physicians' Feedback to Residents: A Qualitative Analysis. J Grad Med Educ. 2017 Oct;9(5):577-585. View the abstract Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: Jonathan Sherbino: Linda Snell: Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click !info_outline
Episode Length: 31:14
Welcome to the KeyLIME Holiday Special “re run” series! We’re going to continue our trip down memory lane by sharing our annual Holiday Specials from the last four years.
Today's episode is our third holiday special from 2020.
Articles discussed are as follows:
1) Narula R et al. Humor as a Learning Aid in Medical Education. NJIRM. 2011; 2(1)
2) Myers KA. Can academic satire exist in the age of 'fake news'_Tracking the citation record of a 'holiday review' paper. BMJ. 2019;367.
3) Babenko O et al. Students perceptions of learning environment and their leisure-time exercise in medical school - Does sport background matter. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2020: 9:92–97.
4) Phillips D et al. Deconstructing Access Points. 2009.
*No abstracts available for the four Holiday Special articles.
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Lara Varpio's Disclaimer: The views expressed in this manuscript are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Uniformed Services University of the Unites States Department of Defense.
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